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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 December 1989

Sporting View Injuries hamper the last-place Cavaliers by John Musser Collegian Sports Editor Some thoughtful tidbits for my final column of the semester, maybe even . • How bad are the Cleveland Cavaliers right now? A quick look at the NBA standings Monday morning showed the Cavs were in the Central division basement, one game behind the expansion Orlando Magic. • Somebody want to explain the NFC's central division to me? Before the season's start, the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears were supposed to dominate the division. Well, the Vikes are right there at the top, but the Bears have completely fallen apart. The biggest surprise, however, has to be the performance of the Green Bay Packers. The "Kardiac Pack", led by QB Don "Magic Man" Majkowski and superb wideout Sterling Sharpe, have scored several upset and last-minute victories to tie for the Central lead with the Vikes at 8-5. • Speaking of the Bears, do you think Mike Ditka will still be coaching in Chicago if he ...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 December 1989

Former O's owners hope to bring pro ball to Erie Few franchises looking for teams by Steve Jason Collegian Staff Writer Although hopes for a professional baseball team in Erie may not be answered soon, club owners Bill McKee and John Wendell are working hard to bring baseball back to the city. Baltimore Orioles general manager Roland Hemond announced in August that the player contract with the Erie Orioles had been terminated. The reason given was that the locker room facilities at Roosevelt school used as the team's clubhouse weren't up to organization standards. Many people, including the club owners of the Erie O's, Bill McKee and John Wendell, have been searching for the real reasons and a possible solution to the dilemma. It appears that the problems actually revolved around the fact that the parent organization had two class A affiliates. The club in Blue Field, North Carolina, was more profitable and played a full-season schedule as compared to the half-season, 70-gam...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 December 1989

Sports Schedule Men's Hoop 12/9 at Bethany 12/19 at Baldwin-Wallace 1/2-3 Allegheny Tourney-at Allegheny College 1/6 Grove City* 1/11 Geneva College* Women's Hoop 12/8 at Washington and Jefferson 12/29-30 Hiram Tourney- at Hiram College 1/4 Dyke College* 1/6 Westminster Colleget 1/8 at University of Buffalo 1/11 Geneva Colleget * Game time is 8 pm. • Game time is 7 pm. f Game time is 6 _pitl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 December 1989

Men's hoop squad drops to 3-2 after road loss (continued from page 14) Again Coacn Zimmerman was pleased with his offense. However, he stated that Behrend's defense had to tighten up. The opposing team's field goal percentage was too high. Behrend's record now stands at 3-2. Last night, Behrend started a long string of away games, beginning with the Gators of Allegheny College. Behrend's next home game is January 6, when the Lions entertain the Grove City College Wolverines in "The Pit." The Wolverines, a 20-game winner and play-off qualifier last year, are led by Fairview product Kevin Hess, a six-foot six center.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 7 December 1989

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Martin Luther King HI speaks at Behrend [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Martin Luther King HI speaks at Behrend Son of late civil rights activist addresses national problems of the nineties photo by Dave Conti Following the dream: King tells Behrend audience to become more involved in the 1990's in order to fight the . drug problem by Tony Olivito Collegian Nau^ c^:««- Kcvcrcnd Martin Luting King III told an audience in Reed Lecture Hall last Tuesday that we need to become a more conscious nation. King, the first speaker in Behrcnd's scries celebrating diversity, spoke on "Living the Dream in the Next Century." He pointed out that many problems need to be addressed in the 1990's, the greatest of them being drugs. King stated even with the invasion of Panama the drug problem "hasn't skipped a beat." According to King, a more effective solution requires that every person assume greater responsibility. Explaining that people are content with becoming educated and getting jobs that pay well, i\.mg &aiu ww/j ow\--=. «., <*= ^-c). p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Colonel inspects Behrend ROTC program - page 4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Review of Born on the Fourth of July - page 8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Men's and Women's basketball report - page 10

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Sides meet to solve spring graduation dilemma [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Sides meet to solve spring graduation dilemma by Julie Tibolla Collegian Staff Writer A meeting was held on Monday, January 15, in the Glennhill Farmhouse to discuss the possibility of having spring commencement ceremonies on campus even if the weather is inclement. The graduation is to take place on the lawn in front of the library if weather permits. However, the problem arises if the ceremony needs to be held indoors. Since Erie Hall is scheduled for renovation beginning April 1, the Spring 1990 Commencement Ceremony jug to take place at the WarnenjMater in downtown Erie in caseload weather. The change of location has upset many graduating seniors. Associate Provost and Dean John Burke and Coordinator of Academic Affairs Mari Trenkle met with seniors Nanette Quatchak and Randy Eadie who had initiated a petition to keep graduation on campus. In addition, Student Government Vice-President Martin Cunningham and Student Programming Council President Brent Vernon were present ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Police arrest four students for underage drinking over weekend [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Police arrest four students for underage drinking over weekend Police Report: Two other students get refered by Carol Mandera Collegian Staff Writer Campus police arrested four students for under-aged drinking on Sunday, January 21. Randy Hoffman, Manager of Police and Safety, reported the arrests were made after officers stopped the students' vehicle because of excessive, late-night, horn blowing. The department referred two male students to the Student Disciplinary Board for further action after officers caught the students trying to enter a Perry Hall window on Saturday, January 20. Officers determined that the students, both under 21, had been drinking. According to Hoffman, "Information available at the time led to the approved decision to refer rather than arrest." Campus police closed Glennhill Farmhouse on Saturday, January 6, after ice fell At/m ttis* iu\jf anil ruptured a natural gas line. Hoffman reported the accident happened shortly before midnight. His offi...

Publication Title: Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Behrend briefs [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Behrend briefs Financial Aid deadline for next year is February 15. Mark this important date on your calender. Alpha Phi Omega would like all staff, faculty and students to place Campbell Soup labels, Giant Eagle and Loblaws receipts in boxes in each division office and at the Rub Desk. Proceeds will go toward buying computer equipment for Diehl Elementary School. Panama: Do the ends justify the means? Will be discussed on January 30 in Reed 117 at 8 pm by Dr. Gamble, Dr. Irwin, and Dr. Gayle Morris. Topics will include reasons behind the invasion, the loss of life and the capture and trial of General Noriega. A question and answer session will follow the discussion. Workshops for Academic Success will be held for the next ten Sundays beginning January 28 from 2 to 3:30 pm in Lawrence Hall, Room 101. See Biddy Brooks in counseling and advising if you are interested or have any questions. Omikron Delta Kappa honor society will be holding an open house on Wednesday, February 7...

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WPSE appoints advisory board [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

WPSE appoints advisory board by Jennifer Flanagan Collegian Staff Writer Recently a community advisory board was appointed for Behrend's radio station, WPSE (AM 1450). Comprised of five prominent community leaders from the broadcasting and communications fields, the community advisory board was appointed by Provost and Dean John M. Lilley with recommendations from the station's policy board. The appointees are Robert Bach, sales manager of WJET FM; Edward P. Junker III, chairman, president and CEO of Marine Bank; Christopher Zimmerman, president and general manager of WQLN; Edward Wellejus, city editor of the Times Publishing Company; and Myron Jones, president and owner of JET Broadcasting Company. Ken Banting, WPSE's student station manager says the group assembled is a good one. "I'm really pleased with the people we have. They have years of broadcasting experience and are willing to give us a lot of valuable information. We're in a very good position." The advisory board...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Housing fair at UP [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Housing fair at UP University Park will hold Housing Fair '90 on January 26 and 27. Students can learn about the living environment on the campus and in the surrounding State College community from University Park and State College housing representatives , off-campus rental agencies, and other housing organizations. Additional features of Housing Fair'90 include walking tours of University Park residence halls, bus tours of several local apartment complexes and Quick Tip sessions that give pointers on how to select on and offcampus housing. The Fair lasts from 9 am to 3:30 pm on both Friday and Saturday in the Hetzel Union Building.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

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Some fraternities making pledging a thing of the past [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Some fraternities making pledging a thing of the past Rush Week by Lea Gotch Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Greeks held their Rush activities just last week but already some fraternities arc ready to induct new members. The addition of Zcta Beta Tau, a pledge-free fraternity, and the elimination of pledging in Sigma Kappa Nu, Behrend's oldest fraternity, may redirect the future of Greek life at Behrend. "Once they accept a bid, they're a brother in 72 hours. You learn about the fraternity as a brother. We still have big brothers; it just takes away the urge to haze," said Michael Ondish, vice-president of ZBT. The number of people that rush during the spring semester is always lower than the fall. Still, ZBT had 16 people rush their present 21 member fraternity. "I'm happy with (that number) since we're so new," said Ondish. Zeta Beta Tau was the first national fraternity to eliminate pledging. Sigma Kappa Nu, a local fraternity, has also abolished pledging beginning thi...

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Religion-based Newman Association starts up at Behrend [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Religion-based Newman Association starts up at Behrend by Monica Michel Collegian Staff Writer A branch of the Newman Association, a religion-based support group, has recently formed on campus. Because of students' requests for a group other than Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Kuzma and Dean of Student Services Chris Rebcr are strongly supporting the start of this organization. The group, who held their first organizational meeting last week, aims to enrich members' lives during their academic tenure. By promoting religious education and society involvement, the association hopes to elevate student values. .Ultimately, the intent is that members strive for a holistic approach to growth development . according to Sister Anna Mae Kuzma, the sponsor of Behrend's Newman Association,. Kuzma is not exactly sure what direction the group will take. Several other colleges including Slippery Rock and University Park have Newman Associations. Kuzma has been speaking with them for ...

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Spring Graduation solutions [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

Spring Graduation solutions (continued from page 1) best choice. A memo from Mari Trcnkle concerning the tentative schedule said, "If inclement weather should force us indoors it will be necessary to hold two graduations and to limit the: number of guests per student. The actual ceremony would be held in the Wintcrgrccn Cafe, with overflow viewing in the Reed Lecture Hall." The memo went on to say that students would be given six ticket, with four for the ceremony in the Wintergrecn Cafe and two in the Reed Lecture Hall. "I was really surprised about the outcome because I didn't expect any decision change to happen in just one meeting. I'm also really happy that we got to sit down and discuss the problem and I appreciate the cooperation and concern that Dean Burke and , Mari Trcnkle demonstrated," remarked senior Nan Quatchak A letter to graduating seniors will be sent out in February with the latest information and plans. The students at the meeting all agreed that after be...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

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King speaks at Behrend [Newspaper Article] — Collegian — 24 January 1990

King speaks at Behrend Says that drugs plague our society (continued from page 1) have been told we are the greatest nation in the world. This is a shame, a disgrace, and it is wrong," King said. He noted that 40 million people live under the poverty level and 60 million are illiterate. King also said the United States needs to become more diverse. "It [American society] has told you all you have to do is learn English and every other country must speak English," said King. Learning other languages, according to King, helps one appreciate other cultures, and it enables information to be shared more completely. As for the progress in achieving equality. King noted that there are areas in which little success has Occurred. Most notably, King stated that blacks lack top positions in Fortune 500 companies. However, he also mentioned the [achievements by blacks in gaining public office: mayor of New York City, governor of Virginia, and many other state and local officials. phot...

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